AC Milan are set to meet with UEFA in order to sign a settlement agreement, according to a report.
The Rossoneri accepted a one-year ban from European competitions over the summer in order to offset breaches in Financial Fair Play regulations up until the 2017 financial year.
As a result, Milan were able to essentially have a clean slate with European football’s governing body, although their accounts will still come under scrutiny for the years after.
According to reports from MilanNews.it, Milan are set to meet with UEFA in order to discuss a settlement agreement which would come into effect should they qualify for European competition.
The terms of the agreement will be based on the three-year period that Milan are currently in (2018-20), with the latter being presented as a projection.
If the club fails to qualify for Europe then of course the agreement will be null and void, but if they do then it will be signed next may.
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